Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse
Author: Shawn Knight
Editor: Frank Stroupe
Date: 03-17-2007
Provided by: Logitech
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Included with the MX Revolution is the mouse itself, USB receiver, charging cradle, power adapter for the cradle, installation manual and a driver CD containing the Logitech SetPoint 3.01 software. Do note that the mouse is detected just by plugging in the USB receiver but in order to fully customize the MX Revolution you will need to install the SetPoint software.





The charging cradle for the MX Revolution has a pretty small footprint; just large enough to securely hold the mouse. The panel that the mouse rests on is semi-transparent although it is a bit difficult to see in the pictures. A small hole on the back of the cradle is where you connect the included AC adapter.





Here we see the mouse resting in the cradle. Power is supplied via two gold contacts on the inner base of the cradle which touch the two gold contacts on the lower portion of the MX Revolution. The MX Revolution uses an internal rechargeable Li-ion battery that never needs replacing or servicing. I initially charged the battery over night and according to the SetPoint software, this charge is good for 14 days of use. More ahead as we take a detailed look at the MX Revolution mouse...


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